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The 19th century words and efforts of Rabbi Israel Moshe Hazan
Land of Israel
From a very young age, Bracha Avigad’s roots connected her to the Land of Israel and its flora
David Friedmann’s daughter traveled the globe searching for his famous drawings, lost for decades
Local landmarks approved for demolition
30 years after his death, the Nobel laureate’s village is being rebuilt, including a massive replica of a synagogue that was never there
At Berlin’s Rykestrasse Synagogue, Fredi chanted Moses’ song of darkness and redemption
After years in the Berlin Royal Opera, an aging Teréz Rothauser was sent to Theresienstadt
Lilli Henoch won championships and set new world records, but her accomplishments weren’t enough to save her from the bullets of the Nazi Einsatzgruppen soldiers
How does one drown out the name of the most hated, evil man in the Megillah? By making good use of a Christian folk tradition of course!
The letter with which Stefan Zweig took leave of the world is preserved today in the archives of the National Library of Israel
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